It’s official: we can’t call anything that happens in the fight over net neutrality “Official” anymore.
Late Sunday evening, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against the state of California to refute its landmark net neutrality legislation. This is just the latest of many tit for tat maneuverings in a years-long battle to legally define internet freedom.
Net neutrality advocates think that the government should classify the internet as a utility, and therefore Internet Service Providers (ISPs) must treat all content and access to the internet “neutrally.” Opponents say that the internet is an interstate information service, so that ISPs should be able to charge for access and content as they see fit. Read more…
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